FREE SHIPPING WITH PROMO CODE
FREE SHIPPING WITH PROMO CODE

 

Subscribe to our Newsletter for exclusive offers!

Boker Plus Besh-Wedge Neck Knife 4.25" Blade, G10 Handles - 02BO275

Customer Reviews 4.125 Read 32 reviewsWrite a Review
Part Number: BO02BO275
Manufacturer: Boker Knives
Retail Price: $45.95
Our Price:
$29.95
You Save: $16.00 (35%)
Calculate Shipping

Earn 300 knifeREWARDS Points!
Description
BO02BO275: Besh-Wedge Neck Knife
Boker Plus

Tough and rugged.

Canadian knifemaker Brent Beshara is known for his unique blade style called the Besh-Wedge, which uses the full thickness of blade material completely up to the blade tip, providing maximum stability. The Applegate-Fairbairn version of the Besh-Wedge has already hit the knife scene with a bang. The Neck Wedge transfers this concept to the world of the comfortable-to-carry back up knives. The blade steel is 440C stainless, sharpened on one side, with optimumal corrosion resistance from the titanium coating. Grip enhancing G10 scales and a Kydex sheath complete the package and provide the demanding user with a professional tactical tool.
Specifications
  • Blade length: 4.25"
  • Overall length: 7.25"
  • Weight: 2.5 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 788857017845

Kydex Sheath
Kydex Sheath
Waterproof, scratch resistant, and low friction. It will hold its shape and makes a great alternative to leather.
440C Stainless Steel
440C Stainless Steel
High end stainless steel with a high resistance to corrosion and will sharpen to a razor edge.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
4.125 (32 reviews)
4.1 out of 5 stars
5 star
15
4 star
10
3 star
4
2 star
2
1 star
1
4 out of 5
Tom H
Illinois
Aug 20, 2016
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: Weight, Blade Sharpness, None
A Summer Dagger?
I purchased this knife more as a novelty, just to own a piece of knife history, the Besh Wedge Technology. When Brent Beshara first introduced the Besh Wedge concept it caused quite a stir in the blade community, and for good reason. The Besh Wedge concept, where two diagonally-opposed bevels converge to form a third cutting edge, was a totally new concept in blade design. It creates a thicker, less prone to breakage, point. It is fun to contemplate the Besh Wedge, like looking at an M.C. Escher drawing of stairways converging into ceiling and walls. That said, it is hard to figure out what this Boker Plus Besh Wedge Neck Knife is trying to be. Although it looks dagger-like, its dimensions are too small to meet the standards set forth by Fairbairn-Sykes, Applegate-Fairbairn fighting knives (approx 6.5” minimum blade length to get through heavy clothing). And, yes I read the description and knew it was 4.25”. Did Boker read the description of a Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife? I see there are many of these, ‘wanna be a dagger when I grow up,’ knives on the market, for what purpose I know not. Perhaps they are, ‘summer daggers,’ for when bad guys are wearing swim trunks and Hawaiian shirts. This seems more like a Fairbairn-Sykes miniature salesman’s sample. If you are looking for more practical Besh Wedge knives, TOPS G2G, or Blackhawks XSF-1 Dagger are better examples of the Besh Wedge. I believe the ultimate usage of the Besh Wedge has yet to be developed. Its main advantage is a point less prone to breakage. This may make the Besh Wedge ideally suited to breaching/extraction/rescue applications in the penetration of steel/wood/glass/concrete of various forms. Nice price for 440C. I would gladly pay 3Xs as much for a Boker Plus Besh Wedge twice the size, in 440C. came dull, especially the point. All said and done, I am well satisfied with my $30 Boker Plus Besh Wedge. I can sit and stare at it and dream of shield tearing Besh Wedge Rondels, molar jarring Besh Wedge sword crushers, bolt breaching Besh Wedge pry bars, and of post crushing Besh Wedge rescue cleavers, that have yet to be designed.
5 out of 5
Sharps
Arizona
Feb 14, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Materials, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
excellent hide out and definitely worth what I paid.
Looks like some folks need to learn to read, Mr Logan. It says it's a 4 1/2 inch blade. Also anyone who know anything about knives knows they don't usually make huge neck knives. The average knife fight is fought with the first two inches of a knife. I own hundreds of blades, from 20 inch down to one. This knife is perfect for a concealable knife. If some one wants a tougher chain you can use paracord. Of course like the other gentleman said. The stronger the chain, the better chance of it being used to strangle you with in a fight. As far as the sheath being to wide for some folks taste. You can grind the edges down some or do like I do for almost every knife I buy, make one. Kydex or leather, they both make a great sheath. It's a perfect hide out weapon.
5 out of 5
James Mcgr
Albuquerque NM
Apr 17, 2014
Pros: Blade Material, Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Everyday carry knife. love the weight and strengh of blade.
Read all 32 Reviews »
Loading Reviews